Officers were on routine patrol when they conducted a pedestrian check on a person at the practice soccer field. The person was not affiliated with TU and did not have any warrants or previous contact card with security on record with the communication center. Officers issued the person a trespass warning contact card and asked them to leave campus.
Officers were dispatched to Phillips Hall in regards to personal property being stolen. Upon arrival the victim explained that things had been taken from their locker. Camera footage is being reviewed to identify any person of interest.
While on routine patrol officers observed a dog at Dietler Commons a student said it belonged to their friend and took it the dog . Approximately 30 minutes later another student stated that they had lost his dog, similar to the one earlier. The officer stated that somebody had claimed a similar dog and were trying to return it.
Officers were dispatched to investigate a suspicious odor. Upon arrival officers made contact with the resident of the room where the odor was reported coming from. Officers were unable to smell anything however, the resident admitted to be smoking a berry flavored e-cigarette.
Officers on routine patrol in the Allen Chapman Student Union Lot made contact with the owner of an unregistered vehicle. The owner tried to explain that they were a visitor but upon further questioning, they admitted they were an employee. Officers confirmed their identity via a University of Tulsa (TU) ID. Ownership was also verbally verified. Officers then registered the vehicle and instructed the owner to buy a parking permit.
Officers on routine patrol in the Mayo Village Apartment Lot made contact with the owner of an unregistered vehicle. The owner claimed they did not have student ID, but upon retrieving their Driver’s License, pushed passed their ID. Their identity however, was sufficiently verified by their Driver’s License. Ownership was also verbally verified. Officers then issued a warning to the vehicle and the owner explained that this vehicle was a rental and they would be speaking to security about their permit.
Officers were dispatched to receive found jewelry from a university employee. The jewelry was found at the Donald Reynolds Center following an event that was held in the building. The jewelry was placed in the property locker for safekeeping. The student was not compliant, got upset when they were told they would get a ticket. The student became belligerent toward the officer. The student was asked twice for their university identification card, and they refused. The student backed their car and drove off.
Officers were dispatched to 11th and Delaware in reference to a TU student that was involved in a motor vehicle accident with a non-student. The TU student was going through intersection of 11th and Delaware when they got hit on the driver side by a vehicle heading west on 11th street. TPD arrived on scene and insurance information was exchanged and there were no injuries from either parties. Storey took possession of the students vehicle since it was non drivable.
Officers were dispatched to possible injured person. Upon arrival they made contact with a university associated guest who was injured after falling while exiting the North doors of subway at the Allen Chapman Student Union. The guest declined EMSA and self-transported to urgent care.
Officers on routine patrol a vehicle was found parked contrary to university policy and officers verified that said vehicle had been identified as a habitual offender vehicle. Towing of the vehicle was authorized by the on-duty supervisor and the vehicle was towed off campus without incident.
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